Today, House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI) continued to press for action regarding the investigation into former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s unauthorized email system. In a letter to Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, Speaker Ryan requested that the intelligence community refrain from providing any classified information to Secretary Clinton. “This is necessary to reassure the public that our nation's secrets are secure.” Ryan writes.

The House Republican plan for A Better Way offers a clear and compelling choice for America's future, but that doesn't mean you have to wait to start seeing results. That future starts now.

Congress needs to keep moving ahead by publishing all legislative measures in a standard format. That means enrolled measures, public laws, and statues at large.

As an institution charged with protecting taxpayer dollars, we strive to lead by example, and a clean financial bill of health is proof we are on the right track.

With tax day right around the corner, the last thing you should have to worry about is the safety of your sensitive personal and financial information. This Thursday, IRS Commissioner John Koskinen will testify before a key House panel amid growing concerns that his agency is woefully unprepared to protect taxpayer information from cyberattacks.

The House is returning to regular order, and these executive sessions are just the beginning.

Washington, DC — At his first Capitol press briefing as speaker today, Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI) shared his vision for a House of Representatives that is more open, inclusive, and transparent. He also praised the bipartisan work on a long-term highway bill that will help create good-paying jobs. Following are excerpts from Speaker Ryan's remarks:
In short, the former Secretary of her State and her team have gone from swearing seven ways to Sunday that there was no classified information in her personal emails, to promising that there was nothing in her emails that was classified at the time, to explaining that there was nothing in her emails that was marked classified at the time, to saying the rules regarding classified information don’t matter.
The former Secretary of State’s interview with MSNBC today was her latest attempt to explain away her exclusive use of a personal email account and private server for official government business, but all she did was stick to the same false statements she’s been feeding the American people for months:

There are very serious national security issues at stake, but there continues to be far more questions than answers these days from Team Clinton.

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